Windjammer & Truck is a small,
creative agency based in the
heart of East London
led by Mark Chadderton.
Our approach to work
is creative and thoughtful with
with a personal touch.
We have a varied client base
and, most importantly,
absolutely love what we do.
Mattel Apptivity
With the Mattel portfolio of multi-generational, iconic brands, Apptivity creates a new play experience for the modern, tech-savvy family. Apptivity brings toys to life and turns tablets into moving digital worlds. Working on the Hot Wheels, Batman and WWE Wrestling titles W&T designed all typographic, instructional and icon content for the games.
Tennis Space
The Tennis Space is an online tennis magazine covering all aspects of the sport on and off court. They approached W&T wanting to achieve a contemporary look for their brand rather than a tennis based cliché. This also ensures the new marquee looks at home with the sites main sponsor Barclays, and is in line with it’s advertising clientel.
Founded in 1964, Hult provides an enduring business education to students from all over the world. It offers MBA, Master and Undergraduate degrees with a business focus. It’s also ranked among the Financial Times’ Top 100 business schools with sites in Singapore, San Francisco and Dubai. This Swiss typographic style wayfinding and murals were designed for their Russell Square site in Central London.
BT London Live
BT London Live was an Olympic extravaganza that took place across London on behalf of the Greater London Authority and BT. The three live sites in Hyde Park, Victoria Park and Trafalgar Square showed coverage of the 2012 Games on giant screens alongside big name live music, sports participation and cultural entertainment. The event's creative took it’s visual lead from sport, music and London itself. The branding was fresh and versatile, lending itself to a wide range of graphic and marketing applications throughout the Olympic festivities.
My Awesome Compilation aka M.A.C are a four piece indy band from Leicester. Eat Sleep Records required a simple but strong look that would work across the album and single campaign. All design and illustration was undertaken at the W&T studio.
Angel City
Angel City are a commercial pop act signed to Data Records. The campaign was shot by Vincent Dolman
and uses a strong typographic style and clever use of colour to create a memorable set of sleeves.
Liberty is one of the most recognised names in fine fashion and homewares retail. It boasts tremendous
heritage and a large catalogue of beautiful fabric design. The store's end of season sale identity
used elements from it's historic collection to create something a little different from the regular
high street offerings.
Shout Gallery
Shout has recently opened the doors to its new gallery space in central London. As well as the Soho
premises, Shout is selling fine art through it's new website and has a catalogue of works for sale from
world-renowned names such as Bruce French, Russell Young and Pakpoom Silaphan.
Florence is a jewellery company that is simply unique. Each piece of Victorian jewellery used has been carefully selected from antiques shops and dealers, before it's restored and re-crafted into a unique modern piece. Florence also undertakes bespoke commissions for that special something that’s truly original.
Logo Design
Dusk Till Doorn
Sander van Doorn is an influential DJ and producer of dance music. He wanted to reinvent his brand, including the creation of a strong recognisable logo and a house style that could be used across all of his visual communications. The World Tour that Sander was about to undertake was also given the same graphic treatment creating a synergy between the talent and the event. The new look was successfully rolled-out across a wide and diverse range of promotional material.
Rocket Science
Rocket Science are a Melbourne-based garage band with a large raw sound. Eat Sleep Records wanted this energy reflected in the artwork for the second album and accompanying singles. The singles were released on both CD and seven-inch vinyl but the artwork was deliberately changed for the different formats to make it a little more special.
Whisper Gallery
Whisper has recently opened the doors to its new gallery space in central London. As well as the Soho
premises, Whisper is selling fine art through it's new website and has a catalogue of works for sale from
world-renowned names such as Warhol, Dali and Turk.
Revolver Entertainment is one of the UK's leading film distribution companies, shaking up the industry with
a unique approach to managing its enviable and edgy film and DVD releases. The company relocated to a
new West London studio which they wanted to put their mark on by commissioning large graphic and neon pieces for the interior and exterior of the building. As Revolver sees itself as an energetic and youthful place to work the CEO asked this to be reflected in the artworks which include a giant abstract rollercoaster in the main studio area, as well as lightboxes and other vinyl applications throughout the premises.
The Bell
The Bell is a traditional English pub in Sussex. It retains all the proper values of a local pub as a place to gather and celebrate whilst also embracing a new artisan and quirky side to it’s character. The new identity uses one of a series of bells I found in the pub before it’s renovation. As well as the website, stationery and advertising the versatile branding was also used to produce a newspaper manifesto.
Brand Romance
Brand Romance is a new entertainment consultancy set up by Sarah and Mat. Both are experts in their
field and decided to take the leap and work for themselves, marrying together multinational brands, talent
and agencies together. The new identity had to embrace the vibrancy and energy of its founders and
appeal to the young market leaders that they'll be working with in the future.
No.68 Project
Number 68 Project was seven evenings of conceptual food, fine wine, art, performance and spoken word
set in an intriguing pop-up venue in East London. It came about when Dalston Dining Club and Urban Sage
decided to combine the best that each club had to offer. Each event is specially designed as a themed
combination of food, wines and performance.
Wedding Invite
Friends of Windjammer & Truck asked us to design a summer wedding invite that
represented the character, influences and style of the bride and groom. Using some nice typography
and old postcards collected from their respective home towns this collage was produced with a bit of
Star Wars thrown in for good measure.
Gulliver's Travels
Gulliver's Travels, the Fox Studios produced film starring Jack Black required two t-shirt designs for the
movie. One was to be used in the film and the second a gift for all the cast and crew. After a meeting
with Jack himself, who collaborated on the designs, these explosive graphics were produced working
with illustrator Robert Cheetham.
The Checks
The Checks are a five piece rock 'n' roll band from New Zealand signed to Full Time Hobby Records.
Their second album 'Hunting Whales' was released to critical acclaim along with a successful series of singles.
Icon Gallery
Icon Gallery was a London gallery which specialised in the sale of celebrity art. Sadly, it has now closed.
Our brief was to create an identity that symbolised artistic revolution with a rock ‘n’ roll swagger.
LarMac Live is responsible for producing and technically managing events ranging from private parties
on Sir Richard Branson's Necker Island to the 750,000 audience Live Earth Rio concert. They wanted
their brand identity to be redesigned as the previous one was outdated and no longer represented
them properly in the marketplace. The new, fresher look for the company was rolled out across its
direct marketing material, stationery and website.
MTV Youthtopia
MTV Europe recently published the results of “Youthtopia”, its first-ever effort to understand the values, hopes and dreams of young people in Europe by asking over 7,000 young people to imagine their ideal world. In order to make the study actionable for business – and not just interesting, respondents were asked to consider brands as people and whether those ‘people’ would be welcome in their utopian world.
Yell is country's best-known business contact directory. The company has recently moved to new offices
in Reading designed by Broadway Malyan and required environmental graphics for the new interiors.
Spread across four floors with a large reception area a theme of nature was used to create a little more
vibrancy in the workplace.